Recent Grad: Tony Lee, Jr.

Take a look at this beautiful senior project by Tony Lee Jr., a recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon. He developed visual identities for three Puccini operas, including La Boheme, which I’ve featured below. In addition to the identity, he created several materials including a series of posters that builds sequentially, various environmental advertising and a hardcover book for the opera’s libretto. Get a closer look at more images of this and the two other operas he designed, Tosca, and Madama Butterfly, right here.

4 Comments

  1. katie says:

    Do you know the font used? I recognise it but can't place it...
  2. Courtney says:

    Hi Katie. Tony let me know that it's actually a modified version of Vitesse.
  3. Trista says:

    I like these, but the legibility would never fly! And a client like this would want to include phone numbers, ticket price etc. Design school really is a fantasy world, I'm just really learning this now that I'm 2 years out...
  4. MoMA Art Lab: Movement | Design Work Life says:

    […] Lee Jr., a designer at MoMA Design Studio (and previously featured for his student work), recently sent over his updated portfolio. I was immediately impressed by his work for […]
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